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. also today, the white house is condemning the as is nation of the half brother of afghanistan's president. karzai was shot to death in his home in kandahar and was considered the most powerful political figure in southern afghanistan. "special report" starts at 6:00 eastern with the exclusive interview. now back to "the five." ♪ ♪ >>> welcome back to "the five." republican presidential candidates are shocked, shocked mind you, that the democratic authors are filming their campaign events looking for political gaffes. welcome to the big leagues, boys and girls. the practice of filming political opponents hanz been going on for three decades. why? because a film can catch the candidate saying things that might embarrass their campaign or end them. presidential candidate better get used to this tactic because everything they republicans say will be filmed by the democrats. by the way, republicans use the same tactic. think about the poor democratic operative that has to spend the day filming mitt romney or tim pawlenty. talk about torture? are the candidates so nighyev they f
owned a gun, went to church or served in iraq-afghanistan. >> bob: that i can agree with. >> eric: let's do this there is a cartoon circulating right now, apparently al-qaeda has decided to produce a cartoon that teaches young kids how to become terrorists. sent a few frames out. isn't this what we are concerned about? al-qaeda telling muslim children that western propaganda is bad and you should grow up to be a terrorist. >> andrea: this is nothing new. a year ago we had one of these surface. it's scary they are indoctrinating the kids to hate the united states so much. especially more reason to be individual leapt at home. they are going after the kids. they're like three years old, four years old, five years old. c'mon! >> eric: that is funny? >> bob: it is, because what do you expect them to say in cartoon to their cades? why don't you go to mcdonald's? they're trying to get them to join the terrorist movement. the kkk in this country used to have cartoons and did the same thing and hitler did. what is new about this? >> andrea: what should they say to their kids? maybe a healthy m
in iraq or afghanistan. >> let's do this. there is a cartoon circulating right now apparently al-qaeda is -- has decided to produce a cartoon that teaches young kids how to become terrorists. they have sent a few frames out and we may have one on the screen in a minute. andrea, isn't this exactly what we are concerned about? al-qaeda telling muslim children that western propaganda is bad and you should grow up to be a terrorist? >> this is nothing new. they have been doing this for years. a year ago we had one of these cartoons surface. it is scary that they are trying to indoctrinate the kids to hate the u.s. they are going after the kid are three years old or four years old or five years old? come on. >> that is funny? >> what do you expect then to say in the cartoons to the kids, why don't you go to the mcdonalds. the kkk used to have cartoons and hitler did. what is new about this? >> what should they be saying to their kids? i don't know maybe a healthy message about abcs. >> you expect al-qaeda to say that? >> it's not the same in their language. >> they probably should do
to be in afghanistan then, we're really in trouble. here's what's happened. the democrats are having a difficult time, because when you look at harry's cuts, for the first time i'm saying he didn't aceually cut. i expected smoke and mirrors. they will have a deal because mitch mcconnell and harry have done an arrange.together. the key to it, i come back to, is this commission. it's real important, that committee, because it's going to force a vote. >> bob, let's go back a couple days ago, maybe middle part of last week. you were outside smoking a cigar, going, we got a deal. o i'll tear you apart today. >> he had his monocle. fast-forward today, we still don't have a deal. we'll get a deal, not august 2nd. august 8th. you know what happens on august 8th. they go on recess all of them. if they don't have a deal, they won't be able to go back to their districts. they'll stay in washington. let me guess, august 7th or 8th we get a deal. real quickly, we take in $172 billion per month. you can take care of military funding. you can service the debt. you can take care of all social security payments, tak
are in savings from pulling back from surge levels in afghanistan and iraq. a lot of concerns about the reid bill that they could never get 60 votes. what really will happen is a negotiation, a compromise that we will likely see tomorrow and it will be put on the shell of the boehner bill that still is a lie that -- that is tabled but still there and then somehow manage to get 60 votes on that one would think and send it back to the house in that form. >> sean: what is interesting about that when they send it back to the house i would assume because it was so difficult to get the republicans onboard the boehner bill, took the extra day, creating more savings and then, of course, adding the balanced budget provision late yesterday so the vote could take place today, i would assume that the speaker would lose a lot of votes and would be then on democrats to pass what would be the reid mcconnell bill. >> bret: and probably some more boehner factors in there. try to merge one would think the reid, mcconnell and boehner bills. there will not be the balanced budget amendment because democrats would not
people. harbored by an entire country. afghanistan. >> not my clients who have no relation. no one has alleged that my clients have any relationship to terrorism. >> bill: if your clients were really sensitive to the sufferings of the 9/11 family they would move it three blocks away. >> how many blocks is enough? is three enough? take it back to my ancestor in nazi germany. >> bill: stop stop stop. >> foundries, ghettos. >> bill: i will get a site for you three blocks away. will you build it there? >> why? they have a place. >> bill: sensitive to people who lost loved ones. >> what about the community nearby who wants. >> bill: they can't walk three blocks? >> why. >> bill: because it's offensive. >> it's not al qaeda mosque a muslim mosque. 1.6 million muslims that are peaceful. that have nothing to do. >> bill: if i can find you a site three blocks away and say i'm not going to do it. people know you have an agenda, period. >> don't you as someone who stands up every day for the first amendment and freedom of religion want them to build something where they want to pray and how they
living soldier to receive it for service in afghanistan. leroy petrie lost his right hand when he threw a live grenade away from the soldiers in a raid against the taliban. that, my friends, is a real man. forget matt lauer. we salute him. >> thank you for your service. >> you know what i see about that, for so long they refuse to give the medal of honor to living soldiers. it was done pos posthumously. the fact they've done two of these is terrific. there should be more. it's a good idea to see it around somebody who is alive and can move around and talk about it. more power to them. it's great. bush did this, right? >> the first one. to a living soldier. the other thing this soldier did is he actually gave the honor to all the other soldiers who served with him and serving in iraq. as you said earlier, i been in africa recently. we have soldiers all over the world doing remarkable things. they are not always in combat but they help make the world a better place. >> these guys just make me feel small. >> you are kind of small. >> i am small. that's true. >> we can end "the five" in agr
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